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Mar 3, 2021 - 3:37pm

What are the exit opps? I feel like I've seen people go from REIB to Invesco

Mar 4, 2021 - 1:09pm

The previous comment said people go to Invesco for the exit opps and there's less opportunity to move up. So I was asking what are typical exit opps from Invesco?

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Mar 4, 2021 - 1:27pm

My point is that people likely stay within the industry, go to similar type firm or similar type role, or property type, fund type, or whatever. The term "exit op" implies exiting the industry/field (like your observation of REIB to buyside in Invesco). If you leave Invesco to go work for AEW or Nuveen or something like that, I wouldn't call that an "exit".

Thus if you can't move up (not sure I believe that comment, but still often easier to leave than wait for promotion), you take the next job with promotion/pay bump at the next firm. That's just normal career moves.

Thus, when you say "exit op" I take it as leaving for something like brokerage, banking, development, or something else far field. I guess you could do all of that, but most people seem to stay within the buyside realm they start in, as it is career maximizing to do. REIB, brokerage, lending all open up "exit ops" to buyside, but this isn't really meant to mean a two-way door (but I guess it could be).  

Mar 24, 2021 - 10:19am

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